Arsenal loanee Zech Medley will be fit for Kilmarnock’s match with Ross County this weekend in the Scottish Premiership.
Tommy Wright’s side have scored eight goals in their last two games and come into the crucial league game with County looking to move out the relegation places. Arsenal loanee Medley took a head knock in the Scottish Cup match with Stenhousemuir last week and was substituted via the new concussion subs rule.
But he will be fit for action on Saturday, the only doubt being Aaron Tshibola through an ankle problem, Wright saying: “Zech is fine. He did a light session on Monday and has trained the rest of the week. No problems. Greg Kiltie is fit, Ross Millen is suspended and Aaron Tshibola could be a doubt. Everyone else is fit.
“We know that if we win we can move out the bottom two. That’s our aim and that is what the focus has been on since the Stenhousemuir game. We need to move ourselves up the table and it would be a good start to the post-split games.
“What we have done better in the last couple of games is being a bit more creative and ruthless. We have scored goals, even up at Ross County we got a couple. I don’t see any reason to complicate things. The players know the importance of this game, we haven’t hyped it up.”
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